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Race for the World: Strategies to Build a Great Global Firm
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Informed by the findings of McKinsey & Company's extensive investigation of the problems & practices at globalizing firms, Race for the World contends that the rewards of building a great global firm at this moment in time are extraordinary. Examples...

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9/15/1999
Hardcover, Unabridged
Harvard Business Review Press
Political Science
364
9780875848464
1.31" H x 9.48" L x 6.39" W
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Race for the World: Strategies to Build a Great Global Firm

Race for the World: Strategies to Build a Great Global Firm

Hardcover
Lowell L. Bryan; Wilheim Rall
Harvard Business Review Press